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provision made. Emergency ap
propriation of $10,000 was passed
to fight the contagious disease sit
uation threatening the city.
Kathryn Bopus, 19, 3327 Au
burn av., and M. Maceka, 21, 3347
Auburn av., slightly bruised when
street car ctruck their auto. Had
just been married.
W. J. Reid, convicted of at
tempting to swindle California
bank of $14,875" by forged check,
sent telegram to the W. J. Reid
Co. here, discharging all his em
ployes and closing up his busi
ness. He is in jail at Fresno, Cal.
Circuit Court refused to grant
Board of Election Commission
ers appointed in 1909 salaries of
$4,000 a year each instead of
Wm. Bain, 4017 Oakland Cre
cent, seriously hurt by auto. Was
in Post-Graduate Hospital 24
house before identified.
Hugh McPhail, 60, 9023 Hous
ton av., was drunk. Enjoyed him
self throwing dollar bills into
crowd at State and Harrison sts.
Cop pinched him when he still
Mrs. G. P. Jackson, wife of di
vinity student at N. W. Univer
sity, had Frank Weizl, employe
of Evanston Packing Co. arrested
for selling her short weight in
meat. Case discharged because at
her request he had cut off two
pounds of fat and bones.
Traffic Cop C. J. Woodmaster
bruised when he attempted to
stop runaway team of Chas. Car
della, peddler. Cardella arrested.
Dr. Wm. F. Hannig, 2812 Mil
waukee av.., suing C. A. Shutan,
druggist, same address, for $5,000
Mrs. Ida Schlessinger, inmate
qf Rest Haven, convalescent
home, 5536 Madison av., attempt
ed suicide by jumping into the
lake at foot of 56th st. Rescued.
Harry Lindblad, 5615 Emerald
av. ; Martin Erickson, 6521 S.
Lincoln st, and Arvid Johnson,
6120 St. Lawrence av., arrested
W. A. Kirschberger suggested
to Aid. W. O. Nance that some
thing be done to enforce ordi
nance against headlights on au
tos that blind other drivers.
Four Rice brothers, on trial as
"counterfeiters, were listening to
testimony when little girl entered
courtroom and whispered to them
that their sister Nellie was dead.
The four wept. Their father, J.
H. Rice, is serving 10-year sen
tence in prison on same charge.
Mrs. Nettie McCulla, 2813
Warren av., leaped two stories
from Martha Washington Hos
Clarence McSweeney, police
operator, accosted by two holdup
men. Shot and severely wound
ed Peter Boor. McSweeney se
verely wounded. Al Boor, other
holdup man, arrested. Peter
Boor may die: They gave their
address as 1500 S. State St., and
6347 Laflin st.
Mrs. Madeline Michlich, nurse,
1254 W. 31st st., robbed of satchel
containing jewelry worthy $65
which she was kneeling in prayer ,
in chapel of St. Mary's Paulist
Daniel Kirby, 17, cashier of the